Who doesn’t love Amazon Prime? While some stores may claim to have comparable deals, the benefits you’ll get with your Prime membership are kind of … um, unparalleled. Seriously. Whether you’re a long-time member or new to the online retailer’s majorly multi-tasking service, check out all the Amazon prime deals that you absolutely, positively NEED to know about.
Whole Foods Delivery
Buy now, you probably already know that Whole Foods Market is Amazon. After the big buy, Amazon turned what already was a den of organic-y awesomeness into something that was even more magical. That’s right, Prime members can get their Whole Foods Market goodies delivered right to their door. Whoa! Oh, but there is one caveat. You need to live in an area that Amazon/Whole Foods decides to serve. But don’t worry, the list of cities that are delivery-eligible is constantly growing.
Whole Foods In-Store Perks
Yes, the whole Whole Foods delivery thing is pretty amazing. But it’s not the only Whole Foods Amazon Prime perk. Get an extra 10 % off items marked with yellow signs and shop blue sign deals for even more money-saving fun. If you have an Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card you can also get an additional five % back at Whole Foods.
You looooove ordering clothes online. But they don’t always fit like you thought they would. Well, Amazon Prime is here to save the day. Prime Wardrobe is a StitchFix-like service that gives you the opportunity to choose the items you like, filling your box with up to three picks. You get a seven-day try-on period to decide what you do and don’t like. Pay for what you want and send what you don’t like back!
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So that absolutely amazing moisturizer you couldn’t wait to try is less than okay-ish. And you just paid how much for it? With Prime Samples, you can forget about this annoying issue. Purchase sample-sized products from Amazon’s selection of beauty products and get credits towards the full-sized versions. But wait. That’s not all. Amazon Prime members don’t just get to try out teeny tiny versions of their hopefully fave beauty products. You can also get food, beverage, sports nutrition and personal care products too.
Two-Hour Alcohol Delivery
Yep. In select cities, you can get your drink on, or at least delivered, between 10 am and 8 pm, Monday through Saturday. Unlike many of the other Prime services, this one does come with a delivery fee.
The stellar streaming service is home to your fave TV shows, movies and original programming. You can also purchase additional channels (for an extra charge). These monthly subscriptions are from third-party premium networks such as HBO. Prime members are typically eligible for a 30-day free trial, depending on the network.
Your Delivery is Guaranteed
With Amazon’s A-to-Z policy, you’re guaranteed that your item arrives on time and in the condition you purchased it in. Technically, this isn’t just a Prime perk. This awesome extra actually applies to all Marketplace purchases.
Try typing the code “&pct-off=(percentage range)” after the URL of your search. Add whatever price percentage off range you want! Again, technically this isn’t just a Prime thing.
Yeah, yeah. You know about the free two-day delivery. But what if you want your item now? Amazon Prime offers free two-hour (yes, hour) delivery on over 10,000 items.
With Amazon restaurant delivery you can get food delivered from popular local restaurants. Yum! This service is only available in select cities. Check Amazon Prime Now for an updated list.
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Amazon First Reads allows you early access to a new book download once a month. Oh, and it’s free.
Share Your Account
Membership sharing lets you create an Amazon Household account. This means that you can share some Prime benefits with another adult who is living in your home. Shared benefits include Prime shipping, Prime Now, AmazonFresh, Prime Video, Prime Reading, Prime Family Photos Vault, Amazon First Reads, prime Early Access and other Prime-only discounts.
Prime members can enjoy early access to special Lightning Deals. Just look for “Prime Early Access” on the product page.
Amazon Music Unlimited
Stream the playlist of your dreams. With unlimited access to 50 million songs, you can listen anytime you want.
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The name pretty much says it all. What do you need to fill your pantry? Well, now you can get it—online. Prime Pantry customers can shop for groceries and everyday essentials, point and click and get their orders delivered.
Print photo projects, creating your own custom wall displays, arts and cards. Amazon will print your projects and ship them to your doorstep. Oh, and Amazon Prime members also get unlimited full-resolution photo storage.
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Your kiddo can’t stop reading. Put down the tablet and pick up a real book—made from paper! Prime Book Box is a subscription service that takes us all back to the early days of the now-mega online retailer. Back in the beginning Amazon was all about delivering books to your doorstep. Real books. Each book box comes with two hardcover or four board picks, handpicked for your child’s age. Save up to 40 percent off list price and get a box delivered every one, two or three months.